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  1. I tired to word it as best as I could for the title, but what I mean is pretty simple. Currently when you have the same movie or media in multiple format/resolutions such as 1080p, 4K, or SD, as far as I know, you have to go into the actual files and rearrange them into there own folder and rename them for the Emby Server to link them together, otherwise your going to have to duplicates when viewing them in the Media Gallery. And as someone who likes to have both 4K and 1080p versions for most of my media, it can be pretty time consuming to look through all the files rearranging them and renaming them. Not to mention frustrating as there is no UI or clean way of identifying them without having to read long file names and looking through the same looking files/folders. Made even harder when its a large collection and more than half are in multiple formats, so its a lot to comb through searching and rearranging/renaming. It is what I have currently been doing, but I haven't even gotten through half of it as of now. So I got to thinking of a way and I figured, why not have the server link them up within the info or metadata that it saves. It doesn't have to change the file name or relocate the files, just have a note that these are the same movie/media and they should be link together within the data that it creates and saves for the media. And create a simple and easy UI within the client that would cut the time and complexity of doing this task by a lot. Now it would be as easy as selecting the duplicates with clear artwork and identifiers and "merging" them! Without the hassle of going into the files and renaming or rearranging them. I have created images and mock ups to better illustrate what I mean with the image attached below and with a description below You see the duplicates that the Emby Server has {Image 1} because the media files, besides being the same media, are in different files due to differences in format or resolution and are treated as different movies/media. To fix this, you click into one of the duplicated media and select the extended options (the 3 dots) that would have a new option titled something like "Link", "Join", or "Merge" {Image 2} that once clicked this would open an overlay displaying your collection of movies {Image 3} from which you select the duplicate(s) with the easy titles and artwork to tell them apart. Then just confirm that these are the items you want to merge. You are then presented with the artwork and file name or path about the selected items that you would like to join, and how you would like to label the different versions/resolutions/file types {Image 4} The server wouldn't have to ask to identify them or change any info on them as they are duplicates and are already the same. Once Confirmed the server adds a "note" or saves it in the information or metadata that these two files are the same and now shows them as one with the option to select the version with the imputed label selected by the user as it currently does {Image 5} I know you guys work hard and don't know if/how hard this would be to implement, as I don't code. But I truly believe this feature would be a time saver and one that I would highly appreciate if it could be added into a future update. Thanks in Advance and for all the hard work you guys do!
  2. matusaurio

    Apple TV Top Shelf

    Continue watching in the home screen, the so-called Top Shelf shows the posters of the TV shows zoomed(?) or with the wrong aspect ratio. Emby server version: 4.6.2.0 Emby Apple TV version: 1.5.3 (0) Also, is it possible to show the thumb-image instead of the poster? (As shown in the official page Emby for Apple TV)
  3. Back in 2018 I had a thread that showed an annoying feature that was added. It's still the same today. I'd really like to be able to either select to display only #A-Z, or have it scrollable and easier to read/click. Plus it seems to work differently from one page to another (Albums/Album Arists and Artists).
  4. SenatorIvy

    Customize top links?

    It would be nice if we could customize the links that are at the top of libraries. On the latest server version in my Movies library the links are currently: All Suggestions Trailers Favorites Collections Genres I would like the links to be: All Favorites Collections I imagine if I uninstall the trailers plugin that may take care of the trailers function, but in the interest of extensibility it would be preferable to just edit this link area, in case this or other future plugins provide functionality people want but who don't want it to show as an option at the top there. Suggestions is something I'm just never going to personally use, and I believe that Genres should just be one of the options under the <A-Z> sort menu, not its own separate entry there. Is editing these something that is on the horizon with a future Emby version?
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